Hattie Redmond


Portrait of Mrs. Hattie Redmond taken from a newspaper clipping. Harriet “Hattie” Redmond (1862-1952) was a suffrage leader and a civil rights advocate in early twentieth-century Portland. She was the president of the Colored Women’s Equal Suffrage Association and an active member of the Oregon Colored Women’s Council. This image dates from around 1912. Learn more about Harriet Redmond from the Oregon Encyclopedia https://oregonencyclopedia.org/articles/redmond_harriet_hattie/#.Wwm-He4vxaQ

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  • Oregon Black History Project photographs collection, circa 1850-1960.; Org. Lot 679; Accession 19746; photo accession 990D052

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